ACNJ urges the Legislature to consider carefully the impact of reducing or eliminating these programs and, more importantly, whether there are systems in place to ensure that children and families will continue to be served.
ACNJ’s Cynthia Rice and Peter Chen testified on chronic absenteeism before the Joint Committee on Public Schools at the State House.
Cecilia Zalkind, ACNJ president and CEO, released a statement on the federal administration’s policy of separating migrant children from their families at the U.S. Border.
Read ACNJ’s comments in support of S2528 to improve and expand Family Leave Insurance; S1838 allowing for early application of FLI/TDI; and S342 on collection of more data on participants.
Read ACNJ testimony on Preshool and Kinderganten facilities in front of the Joint Committee on Public Schools.